• London, Ont. man faces charges in North American internet luring investigation
    The investigation was initiated by two American law enforcement agencies, including the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office and the Department of Homeland Security, in May.
    Aug 28
  • Maple Creek man arrested by Sask. internet child exploitation unit
    Thirty-year-old Kiyomichi Nakanishi was arrested and charged with one count of possession of child pornography. 
    Sep 1
  • TIFF 2023: Nicholas Cage says being an internet meme helped him tap into ‘Dream Scenario’ role
    Nicolas Cage says his own experience being the subject of internet memes helped him prepare for his latest role.
    Sep 11
  • Ontario’s BORN birth registry breach sees data ‘taken’ from 3.4 million
    The statement said there was no evidence that any of the copied data was being misused. BORN is currently monitoring the internet, including the dark web.
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  • B.C. wildfires: Telus says newly installed lines in Scotch Creek area damaged by vandals
    As a result of the vandalism discovered on Monday, Sept. 18, Telus says it will take a few more weeks to repair damaged telephone, cable and internet lines.
    Sep 22
  • AI chatbots may carry cybersecurity risks, British officials warn
    The AI-powered tools are seeing early use as chatbots that some envision displacing not just internet searches but also customer service work and sales calls.
    Aug 30
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  • Xplore to offer faster rural satellite internet, alternative to Starlink after Jupiter 3 launch
    The company said the technology will provide a homegrown alternative to high-speed internet service offered to rural Canadians through SpaceX's Starlink low-earth orbit satellites.
    Jul 31
  • Phone scam in Vernon area uses fake Telus deal to lure potential victims: RCMP
    Vernon area police said residents have reported receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be from Telus offering them a "sweet deal" on phone, internet, and TV services.
    Aug 11
  • Criminal property funds to go toward northern Manitoba internet connections, province says
    Kelvin Goertzen announced that $100,000 from the Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund is earmarked for a project connecting remote First Nations communities with high-speed internet.
    Jul 25
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  • Looking for cheaper wireless plans? Prices are dropping sharply, data shows
    Statistics Canada's inflation data for June shows consumers paid 14.7 per cent less for cellular services compared with the same month last year.
    Jul 19
  • Meta begins process to end news access to Facebook, Instagram users in Canada
    Meta has begun the process to end access to news on Facebook and Instagram for users in Canada in response to a legislation requiring internet giants to pay news publishers.
    Aug 1
  • Southern Alberta man charged with child porn offences
    A 66-year-old Bassano man has been charged with accessing and possessing child pornography after an investigation by RCMP and ALERT's internet child exploitation unit.
    Jul 28
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  • CRTC sticking with current wholesale internet rate approach with slight changes
    Most of Canada's larger carriers had argued for reforms, saying the traditional wholesale rate-setting method has resulted in competitors paying them less than the break-even cost.
    Jul 7
  • Edmonton man charged with luring and child pornography
    ALERT’s internet child exploitation unit arrested an Edmonton man who was allegedly attempting to meet children for sex.
    Jul 13
  • Google exploited search dominance to lock out competitors, U.S. DOJ claims
    Over the next 10 weeks, federal lawyers and state attorneys general will try to prove Google rigged the market in its favor by locking its search engine in as the default choice.
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    Sep 12
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  • Ukraine strikes Black Sea navy HQ with missile, Russian official says
    Crimea, which Russia seized and annexed from Ukraine in 2014, has been a frequent target of Ukrainian attacks in the course of the 19-month war.
    Sep 22
  • Regina man faces child pornography charge after April investigation
    A Regina man is facing a child pornography charge after a police investigation begun in April.
    Sep 14
  • Widespread Shaw outage in B.C. Interior now resolved
    Shaw users in B.C.'s Interior may have noticed that their internet, television and home phone services were taking a break Monday morning. The issue was resolved within hours.
    Jul 10
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  • ‘Dumb Money’ director Craig Gillespie talks GameStop, memes and music
    Craig Gillespie's 'Dumb Money' sees Paul Dano and Seth Rogen battle it out over GameStop stock in a meme-filled movie.
    Sep 22
  • Police try to find child they believe was sexually assaulted in Edmonton area or on Vancouver Island
    ALERT said it was looking to identify a young child who investigators believe was sexually assaulted.
    Sep 21
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